Swim with whale sharks and sip tequila in this coastal gem on the Sea of Cortez…
The National Institute of Anthropology and History has approved a project to restore a historic 18th-century bridge in San Juan del Río.
Relatively undiscovered Uxmal offers visitors space to wander, and marvel at Mayan ruins.
Without the women of Tequila the town, there’d be no tequila the drink. International Women’s Day is a great time to find out the role they play in Mexico’s most famous liquor.
Monarchs are an iconic butterfly species found around the world. But the Eastern North American subspecies is the only one to make an annual migration that can span from the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico to Southern Canada.
A Guide to Snorkeling, Diving, and More Underwater Activities in Riviera Maya; Christina Vercelletto; Oyster
From snorkeling to scuba diving to swimming with turtles, here’s the lowdown on the best things to do underwater — and where to do it — in the Riviera Maya.
Nola Schoder takes a magical liveaboard trip to the unique ecosystem of the Revillagigedo (aka Socorro) Islands…
Go beyond Mexico City.
Mexico City’s mid-century university campus is still abuzz with student life, as shown in these images by photographer Yueqi Jazzy Li.
Add these stunning UNESCO heritage sites to your itinerary this year; Dewi Nurjuwita; Lifestyle Asia
Richly layered and elegant with an edge, the capital of Mexico is brimming with incredible art, design, history and architecture at every turn.
For years, the colonial city of Puebla was mostly known for its colorful churches and culinary contributions. But recently, the city has experienced an influx of stylish, design-minded accommodations, restaurants, and shops, offering visitors far more to discover. Here, a weekend guide to Puebla.
Juan O’Gorman, architect behind Mexico City’s most intriguing buildings; Jessica Traynor; Irish Times
Architect designed two houses for Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, linked by a bridge…
The ancient city of Ephesus in Turkey and the Blue and John Crow Mountains in Jamaica are just two of the 24 newly inscribed World Heritage sites approved by the…
Monte Alban Mysterious Ruins of Oaxaca-exploring the mysterious pyramids and ruins of this unique Unesco site in Oaxaca, Mexico
This city might just become the hottest new destination, thanks to Narcos: Mexico; Mahima Dhoot; Condé Nast Traveller India
Guadalajara deserves to be known for more than its drug cartel…
The country is home to 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and continues to grow.